Gordon Ramsay to sell holiday home after arguments with neighbours during lockdown

Gordon Ramsay caused consternation among his neighbours after taking the decision to relocate his family to his holiday home in the Cornish town of Fowey during the coronavirus lockdown.

The stunning property was once a Lloyd’s bank. But after many clashes with nearby residents he had decided to throw in the towel and the house is now on the market.

He purchased the property back in 2017 for just under £2 million, and it is now back on the market for £2.75 million, meaning Mr Ramsay will make a decent profit if he obtains the asking price.

The 2,800 square foot property boasts a bar in the beautifully manicured gardens and every bedroom comes with an en-suite. Known as Trevail House, one of the major selling points has got to be the stunning views from the property over the River Fowey.

Estate agent John Bray and Partners, who are currently marketing the property, say that “Trevail House is a highly sought after and spacious 4 bedroom town house property with incredible views from it’s waterside terrace across the river. This Grade II listed property is an iconic building and a well known landmark in the town”.


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